one of my favs..
I can't talk, my tongue is stiff :<)
no blue pill needed...lol... my goal one day!
it's the in thing to do after a nite of drinking...for the guys, but they say women take it too.
as you appear to be in your picture so the "pill", IMHO, would be unnecessary to a normally functioning male.
Recreational use just for kicks? Humm
recreational is wat they use it for.. can you imagine being the guy stuck with a 4hr. erection..ur 20something and trying to xplain to er..
to go for four or more hours these days?
i guess lust doesn't cut it now and days..lol
knew a guy he was about 26yrs old was actually selling the pill to his friends.. asked me if i knew anyone that wld be interested....
Hell, I wasn't flaccid for 4 hours a day at that age. A pill would of ruined me.
its the new drug of choice i guess..well at least u can ur not ruined.
I'm flabbergasted by this as well. I'm 41 and don't need help. When I was young, I could've used the opposite.
lucky you can type..lol
unless she's 20 n then hmm like REAL..................................ty
sorry if anyone is put off by the pill talk...
No need for apologies around here. If we don't like something, we'd let you know.
an aspirin,told her any time a boy is around put it between her knees and don't drop it!
My ass! I used to be one. I know what they want.
I hear you Lucky, and your wife tells you to sit and bear it... shit, I'd grin more if I could poke around between his ears and find proof that boy my daughter is talking to has a brain in that skull.
Been taking to the habit of inviting them to go shoot with me. Did it once, now my daughter won't let them go with me anymore. Said the last one whined about me asking him to run a new target out to 100 yards on a hot range. Then something about how I told him my daughter was the most important thing, more important than my own freedom or life. He said while I was telling him this that I kept shooting a Smurf (Blue Police Silhouette Target) in the face, heart and nuts over and over again doing triple taps.
SO now I'm not allowed to be my daughters boyfirends buddy anymore... sigh
can't have no fun
lmao..1st rule of boys..MUST meet the Parents(on both sides)! All I have to say is if they can't hang, not worth it ISD.
looking babe to wash the car and open the beers! LOL
turns 12 next month and all this talk of 'blue pills' young men and such has me loading the shotgun...... Psych!.....It's already loaded....LOL
To be honest with all of my GS buddies, the physical part of marriage isn't near as important to me nor my wife anymore (age 42 and 43) as the practical matters of marriage, seeing the kids reach their potential etc., my wife works in Vegas for months on end and I hold down the fort at home, I did this same duty with no help from my ex's (mothers of my children) for ten years before I met my wife and it's not over yet, youngest boy is 15 and daughter is 12..........This time around I have a partner and not a dependent, breath of fresh air to be sure......My step son is an 'academic'(19), I will see to it that he finishes collage, my daughter has a potential but she is only 12, time will tell. My two boys had better pull their head's out before I spend a dime on them (for collage), ........
girl 14, boy 13 and girl 11 soon to be 12 but already ahem, a woman.
I feel VERY lucky first that we have the 4 year old to remind us that we are here to make sure she and the other G-kids are safe and well provided for so they can all become a teenagers and adults.
Second, I feel lucky that they appear to be "good" kids, maybe we dun sumpin rite LOL
Just kidding, I don't look forward to being a G'paw any time soon, my oldest will be 21 this year....Damn, I know it's a coming!
it's better if the kids wait 'til they're ready to be Mommy & Daddy but grand babies are the frosting on the cake.
I'd bet you'll be one of those "World's Greatest Grandpas" like on the T-shirts and hats, :<))
Awesome Daisy! Yeah, my oldest is 25 and aint near ready for being Momma. Thank goodness her and her husband realize it!
I'm gonna want me one of them shirts someday!
Oldest, she'll be 20 and not ready at alll! She wants to get thru school.
you sound like your doing fine. I always tell my kids parent first, bff second..when my oldest was starting to grow up I remeber the fights and i'd make her talk to me ..(makin sure there was communication)if she couldn't at the moment then we needed to back off and cool down when emotions weren't so high. She always had to tell me, even if I didn't like it. You always have to make there business yours. Marriage is havin the physical but the emotional and mental connection is the most important.
A little secret. (well, not anymore) me and V went through the "for the kids" stage. Now I'm 50, she's not too far behind. The youngest is applying for Universities 200 miles off and will likely move out in June. Weird but trust me. The "flame" is hotter than ever right now and looks to grow hotter. The games are over, the veils are long gone. It's awesome and no BS to shut it down. We know what each other likes and don't like.
What used to be a puzzle is now merely a switch to be turned on or off. Old fighting words are now just "passion" met with more of the same. Enjoy what you got and anticipate better my friend.
"This time around have a partner and not a dependent, breath of fresh air to be sure"
The key. Not a master, not a subordinate, a partner.
take your word for it (you are good for it).......I have no complaints,until I do my duty to my children (stepson IS my child), I won't sleep well at night and my wife won't either, no matter what state we are in.
gets better as they age.. Gloria was great from day one.. i didn't really get "into the picture" till they were old enough i didn't worry about having to either change them, or clean up the vomit..
babies are cute, but a) they all look like J Edger Hoover.. d) stuff comes out of them.. everywhere.. and most always winds up on you.. c) they know little if anything about beer.. as in how to get me one..
Now that the girls are old enough the family's amazed at how they love grandpa.. Works just fine for me.. and really special when they run in your arms and tell you they love you..
No more resemblance to J edger.. no more stuff coming out of them, or on me.. and yep, they can get me a beer if needed..
"World's Greatest Grandpa!" very fitting.Then they wrap you around their finger. another key fact you can send them home..lol
a foul smelling swill it's just another opportunity for you to hug them and log a story to share when they are adult and bring home their intended. :<))
I know we've been too classy (and modest too, don't forget that) to nominate ourselves for POD, but I think this is definitely worthy for today's.
worthy yes....makes me laugh everytime
That's definitely looking on the bright side.
Why, just the other night I was explaining to her that after these last 16 years I have come to one conclusion. "I should have worn a rubber"
Man did she throw a fit, kids ain't got no sense of humor I tell you.
Yeah, they can be too serious sometimes. My 15 year old has been a like a clone, a mini-me and I've been enjoying the ride for about 14 years, but this last year+ he has been about one more word from a "hunting accident". It gets me wondering how some one who is so like me can be such a prick some times. I think back and wonder if I was that bad at his age and realize, nope, I was worse. I gotta call my parents and apologize now.
edit: Oh, +1 for POD
Them becoming insufferable cretins creates the atmosphere in which parents will permit them to strike out on their own, the sooner the better.
If they were still the same little loveable, cuddly and 100% dependent little munchkin they were in kindergarten it would be impossible for them to leave home and for us to let them leave.
Yep, I see the designs of a Creator in many such things. No accidents.
well, it was Runt up until she figured she was old enough to get around without having to be on my shoulders or sitting on my foot as I walked.
One day she told me she wasn't Runt anymore and told me to call her Toby. I was shocked and couldn't say anything because that was not something I was going to call my little girl. So I told her to get the tape measure and I measured her, nope, she wasn't a Runt anymore, she had grown up enough to be a Munchkin now. It stuck since, I guess next her nickname will be Soarly Missed.
My Son moved to the other coast to live in the land of Kalifornika. Says he will on visit and never live in FLorida again, can't say as I blame him, but THERE?
Chris the boy we raised is now an Asst DA in DC of all things. He is doing well and is married now.
Shelby keeps reminding me she is going to be 17 in April. I keep telling her she can't grow boobs until she is 21 and on her own. Thing is she now looks 22 - 23 years old and I'm constantly staring men down when we're all out together. Boys are easy to raise...
idea of a proper name for a G-pa to call his G-dau. Anyway, everyone calls her Casey so becoming sophisticated is a lost cause LOL !!
LOL wet my pants on that (shelby growing hmmm) am glad not to be in KALIFORNKIA any more and do not like Florida like to move to western CO I got family with the GOV up in DC was thinking of going back to but the BIG GOV is all over..........................TY